- Mayor announces expansion of scheme to cut carbon from public buildings, 2-12 
- 17 Community projects aimed at reducing carbon emissions and developing clean, local energy sources to receive up to £20,000 funding, July 17  topic, News London, News South East England, News South West England, News North West England, News North East England. The projects include, in London:
- Do the Green Thing: On-line social networking project aimed at encouraging up to one million people to make the shift to low-carbon living.
- Get on the Greenside: training ‘Green Champions’ in inner-city housing estates.
- Julie’s Bicycle: working with a group of 10 local musicians and DJs to reduce carbon emissions, covering touring, merchandise and other areas.
- Face your Elephant: Woodcraft Folk members will receive training to conduct energy audits across the organisation’s centres and the wider community.
- Rebuilding Communities: A pilot project in Croydon will work to reduce emissions from the building industry.
- Islington Carbon Reduction Club: will roll out a Carbon Club programme, with participants agreeing to an annual carbon allowance.
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- ↑ www.london.gov.uk, 15-12-2009
- ↑ london.gov.uk, 4-12-2009
- ↑ london.gov.uk, 2-12-2009
- ↑ Transition Culture, 11 Nov 2009
- ↑ Campaign for Better Transport, 23 September, 2009
- ↑ www.london.gov.uk, September 3, 2009
- ↑ www.london.gov.uk, August 7, 2009
- ↑ Department of Energy and Climate Change, July 17, 2009